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20 tips for travelling around the world. Everything you need to know

Round the world holidays are on the bucket list for many, but for those who are making it a reality (or those who just love to day dream) we’ve come up with our best travel tips.  Whether you are on a tight budget or planning a lavish travelling extravaganza, we’ve got you covered to help you stay s... Read more

Jonathan and Angela Scott from Big Cat Diary talk big cats, Cecil the lion and the future of conservation

When the news broke that Cecil the lion had been killed by recreational big game hunter Walter Palmer, there was a worldwide outcry. Politicians and celebrities waded into the argument, and Palmer and his wife went into hiding. Talk-show host Jimmy Kimmel helped raise $150,000 in donations in less ... Read more

Will low oil prices really lead to lower air fares?

Will reduced oil prices lead to cheaper flights? According to new research by Travelzoo, the answer’s a resounding 'no'. Last week, Chancellor George Osborne announced that the five year low cost of oil should be passed on to the consumer via lower flight prices, sparking much debate about potenti... Read more

15 things you don’t know about Chemmy Alcott

You’ll probably know her best for her star turn at the 2014 Winter Olympics (and for being our brand ambassador, obviously), but just how well do you know Chemmy Alcott? We’ve found out some rather interesting facts about our favourite four-time Winter Olympian... “I got married in 2014 [to alpine ... Read more

Travel delays possible as snow, ice and gales hit the UK

The Met Office has warned that the UK could be hit by severe gales on Wednesday and Thursday, which could cause travel delays, cancellations, and potentially power cuts. 'Raw' gale force winds, snow and ice are expected to batter the UK, and it's even been suggested that coastal areas could be affe... Read more

How could travel in Europe be affected by no deal Brexit or Boris Johnson’s deal?

The UK is set to leave the European Union at 23.00 GMT on 31 January 2020, whether it is with or without a deal. Boris Johnson has agreed a deal with the EU in principle, and it was backed by MPs in its first vote, but they then rejected the plan to fast-track the legislation. Boris Johnson’s lett... Read more

7 things you need to know before you explore Albania

European breaks are great fun – but if you’re after adventure and a bit of a challenge, give Albania a go. It’s a country which will offer visitors all kids of surprises. Exciting, friendly, and definitely one for adventure-seekers, it’s one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. If you’re all about discov... Read more

Top spots for some winter sun

The best thing for getting through the British winter, arguably, is getting away from it for a week or so. Even the driving rain doesn't seem so bad when you know you've got a half-packed suitcase at home containing suntan lotion, flip flops and a beach towel. If that sounds like a good plan, then ... Read more

Making the most of Barcelona's nightlife

An exceptional nightlife is one of the reasons why Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in the world. The Catalan capital is home to a variety of establishments to suit any evening; from avant-garde superclubs to underground parties, Barcelona boasts a lively and colourful scene. Why Barcelo... Read more

Ten ways to cheat death if you're stranded in the Aussie bush

An Australian woman found alive and well after being lost in the bush for 17 days has revealed how she stayed alive in the wilderness. Shannon Leah Fraser, 30, became lost after going to the Golden Hole swimming spot in Northern Queensland with her boyfriend and another friend. After she was rescue... Read more

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